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Our friends from Pitchfork are creating a book of the 500 greatest songs since 1977, to be released in the fall. Says Sheila from Gawker:

Pitchfork, that repository of often-snobby, (sexually frustrated?) passive-aggressive music reviews (by many dudes named Mark!) has just sold a book. It will be "a paperback guide to the 500 best songs released since 1977," reports the Observer. It will be the most important book about music ever.

I would offer some kind of pithy and/or snarky comment but I (think I) got smacked by a writer I like and respect for a headline I wrote on my own blog about it.